Hillary Clinton on Margaret Sanger – Founder of Planned Parenthood

Posted: May 14, 2016 in Uncategorized

Hillary Clinton & Margaret Sanger 1

Who is Margaret Sanger?

Margaret Higgins Sanger (born Margaret Louise Higgins, September 14, 1879 – September 6, 1966, also known as Margaret Sanger Slee) was an American birth control activist, writer, and nurse. Sanger popularized the term “birth control”, opened the first birth control clinic in the United States, and established organizations that evolved into the Planned Parenthood Federation of America. (from Wikipedia)

Another opinion (which I find more accurate).

Margaret Sanger has been lauded by some as a woman of valor, but a closer look reveals that Planned Parenthood’s audacious founder had some unsavory things to say about matters of race, birth control, and abortion. An outspoken eugenicist herself, Sanger consistently promoted racist ideals with a contemptuous attitude.” — http://www.lifenews.com/2013/03/11/10-eye-opening-quotes-from-planned-parenthood-founder-margaret-sanger/

Quotes by Margaret Sanger

“[We should] apply a stern and rigid policy of sterilization and segregation to that grade of population whose progeny is tainted, or whose inheritance is such that objectionable traits may be transmitted to offspring.”

“Plan for Peace” from Birth Control Review (April 1932, pp. 107-108)

Article 1. The purpose of the American Baby Code shall be to provide for a better distribution of babies… and to protect society against the propagation and increase of the unfit.
Article 4. No woman shall have the legal right to bear a child, and no man shall have the right to become a father, without a permit…
Article 6. No permit for parenthood shall be valid for more than one birth.

“America Needs a Code for Babies,” 27 Mar 1934

“Give dysgenic groups [people with “bad genes”] in our population their choice of segregation or [compulsory] sterilization.”

April 1932 Birth Control Review, pg. 108

“Birth control must lead ultimately to a cleaner race.”

Woman, Morality, and Birth Control. New York: New York Publishing Company, 1922. Page 12.

“We should hire three or four colored ministers, preferably with social-service backgrounds, and with engaging personalities.  The most successful educational approach to the Negro is through a religious appeal. We don’t want the word to go out that we want to exterminate the Negro population, and the minister is the man who can straighten out that idea if it ever occurs to any of their more rebellious members.”

Who is Hillary Clinton?

“They are often the kinds of kids that are called ‘super-predators,’ ” Clinton said in 1996, at the height of anxiety during her husband’s administration about high rates of crime and violence. “No conscience, no empathy, we can talk about why they ended up that way, but first we have to bring them to heel.”

She is referring to BLACK CHILDREN, according to Michele Alexander, author of “The New Jim Crow,” who in an recent essay described Clinton’s endorsement of the “super-predator” concept as “racially coded rhetoric” that was used to “cast black children as animals.”

I have heard over and over from black people that the reason they vote is to “show respect for our ancestors.”

Perhaps, but wouldn’t it show MORE respect to at least do a little research on the person we’re voting for?

Or is the simple pushing of a button or marking our choices on a piece of paper “showing respect?”

I had a recent conversation with a friend about this very topic, and I commented that there were many more difficult things our ancestors did besides vote in an election. They boycotted, they organized, they put their safety and in some cases, their lives, on the line. They were fighting for more than the right to cast a ballot.

Yet, out of all the things our ancestors did during those turbulent, dangerous times, the ONLY thing most of us talk about or are willing to mimic is “the vote.”

Voting takes only minutes of our time. Voting is free. Voting is safe. And voting is something white people told us we should do — even though we haven’t benefited from it, and are mainly ignored after the election is over.

Think about the last time Hillary Clinton stepped inside those black churches.


I am not telling anyone to vote OR not vote. And I’m not interested in why anyone thinks I should. I am saying that we should at least do some homework on the candidates before we vote for them.

And if we don’t like either choice, it’s time to rethink the “lesser of two evils” argument.

If neither party has done anything for us, maybe, it is time to look at a third party

Or to reevaluate the wisdom of doing the same thing over and over and over that hasn’t worked since the first time we did it


Because we don’t wear the same clothes our ancestors wore sixty years ago

We don’t drive the same cars our ancestors did sixty years ago.

Then, maybe we shouldn’t rely on the same strategies that are sixty years old if they haven’t fixed a single problem we have.

If you vote, at least be an educated voter.

If you choose not to vote, stand firm.

You are not disrespecting anyone but yourself if you cast a vote for someone who doesn’t give a damn about you or your children.

After the election is over.




  1. Miss Pam

    The best thing we can do to show our power and intelligence is to disconnect/ disengage from this system. By now we should overstand that anything yurugu tells us to do that’s in our “favour” is bad for us.

    The reason why we continue to stick with these old methods that are not working for us is our programming. Programming is very hard to break and it’s easy to slip up and go back to what feels “familiar and easy.”

    Like a woman who saw her mom getting beaten by her dad who ends up in a long term abusive relationship as an adult. She knows it’s not the right thing but it feels FAMILIAR.

    Right now, the media is being bombarded by Trump, Trump, Trump. “Make America Great Again (for whites) and vote Trump”!!!!! Out of fear, we panic and vote for the Zionist, homosexual, Satanic female because it’s “time for a woman president.”

    Well…it was “time for a black president” and look where that got us! Worsening unemployment rates, the closing of black schools, MORE privatized prisons owned by the wall street tycoons and black homelessness that’s higher than ever!

    The time has come for us to make an INFORMED and LOGICAL decision instead of the knee-jerk emotional one. Stop listening to CNN, NBC and all other Jooish owned networks who spin the facts and see what’s real with our third eye. We’ve been beaten, raped, lynch, denied and ridiculed for our lack of judgement long enough.

    It’s time to see the Beast-System for what it is and DISENGAGE from it.

    Excellent article and I admire your never ending tenacity to help our people.

    Love you, Miss Pam.

    • Timothy says:

      @Sister diaryofanegress

      TV, mainstream popular culture, and the system itself is a brain drain literally It promotes lies, spiritually destructive philosophies, and anti-black hatred.

    • Trojan Pam says:

      @ diaryofanegress

      thank you for adding more wisdom and truth to this post.

      I suspect Many black people will have a problem with this type of post because

      1. It takes the “easy” out of voting

      2. It requires us to THINK instead of just acting according to a pre-written script

      3. it doesn’t leave an acceptable alternative to the media’s white boogeyman — the Republican Party AKA Donald Trump

      I would say to ALL

      1. it doesn’t matter how you vote. The president has already been (s)elected

      2. The two parties are IDENTICAL when it comes to violating the rights and ignoring the needs of black people.

      We must stop reacting to the Pavlov Dog whistle every time someone says “Republican!” and ask WHY this party is ALWAYS portrayed in such a way as to SCARE black people.

      Is it designed to drive blacks to the left and whites to the right while they laugh at all of us behind our backs while they do the bidding of the rich and powerful?

      I believe it is and all evidence supports that NEITHER PARTY IS A FRIEND TO BLACK PEOPLE.

      And that it is time to shake the dust from our brains and think up NEW strategies.

      As always, much love for all your support, diaryofanegress.

      I would suggest all check out her super informative, food for thought blog.

    • Epi says:

      @ Diaryofanegress:

      “I agree with you whole-heartedly.” And I note that with some individuals, the more one attempts to convince them to use “that critical third eye,” the more baseless “arguments” one is faced with. smdh….

      As I have referenced before, “the Devil has a brilliant smile–when you first meet him.” And this is how racists have always presented themselves, with that Colgate smile. Yet, after sixty years, many of our people still do not and will not get it.

      If our people actively begin to disengage from this system, begin THINKING and RESEARCHING for themselves rather than embrace negative imagery, slanted reporting, etc. maybe we can change our position in this land. Especially when we begin to see that by disengaging ourselves as much as we can, then surely we will SEE how much our people are regarded in this system and society. MANY of us would have a wake-up call.

      Many years ago, my father told all of us that, “when someone shows you who they are? Believe them the FIRST time.” I practice that to this day.

      Also, interestingly enough, I recall many years ago when Ted Turner was married to Jane Fonda, and like Margaret Sanger, Ted Turner was a big advocate of Eugenics and gave large sums of money to this cause. And he is not the only one that advocates Eugenics. There are many that do quiet as it has been kept for some.

      Because of ethnocentrism, racism and like mind-sets like those of Margaret Sanger and Ted Turner, this is why “abortion mills” are strategically placed in minority locales. We know that “stats” are kept on government-funded, elective abortions. How are stats kept on “private,” elective, abortions as well as out of the country? I do know that the data at the CDC (although this may be skewed as well) illustrates that, once again, the number of abortions for black women is significantly higher than other ethnicities, infant mortality rates are higher for black women and HIV/AIDS stats are higher amongst black women.

      For “negatives”, the black race always appears to be at the forefront.

      These are the things that make you go hmmm? Out.


  2. Timothy says:

    @Sister Trojan Pam

    Excellent Article.

    Research document that Margaret Sanger is no role model for women or anyone else. I am not surprised that Hillary Clinton praised Sanger. Sanger promoted forced sterilization, and permits for those who want to have children. That is wrong and evil. New, unique strategies are needed to build in our communities. Trying the same tactics over and over again and getting the same result is one definition of insanity. Rejecting and opposing the nefariousness of the system is a great way to fight back. Also, a lot of our people are brainwashed and it is difficult for many people to overcome the evil mechanisms of mainstream society (which is blatantly anti-black. When criminals poison a mostly black population of Flint, Michigan and no one goes to prison, then we realize that these criminals have no shame and have no empathy for human life. When we have no cop except one being federally indicted for killing an unarmed black person then we face a literal war for our survival as black people).

    To vote or not to vote is an individual decision. Also, I wouldn’t disrespect people who choose not to vote since we have a bigot like Trump running against a person like Hillary (who called black children “super predators”) and is one person responsible for the destruction of Libya. Hillary also praised a war criminal like Henry Kissinger. Operation Mockingbird was a CIA program that infiltrated the corporate media. The corporate media then and now are controlled by the same corporate entities who care for profit and exploitation instead of the real TRUTH.

    You have made the excellent point about how voting is never a panacea to our problems. Voting alone can never cause black liberation. For 8 years, income inequality has grown, many black schools have closed down, and the war on terror has only expanded in the world. Unemployment rates for black people are still very high in many states. I do see that the life expectancy rates of black people in America has increased, there is a growth of black women owned businesses, and the black male suicide rate has declined. I praise those news, but we have a very long way to go. Independent black media services are important too since we have the power to educate our own people.

    In the final analysis, the solution to our problems begin and end with us. We do need more economic development, health development, independence, and political power, but without the Knowledge of Self (and us understanding our being and respecting black people), no progress can come. Only we (as black people) can end the complications that we experience on a daily basis. Our ancestors built massive civilizations, researched the movements of the stars, and invented culture. If our ancestors achieved these magnificent accomplishments, then we can certainly improve our situation massively. Self-determination is important. Sanger’s views are repugnant and heavily pro-eugenics. Some people don’t know that many evil sterilization laws existed in America beyond the 1960’s.

    Great Article Sister.

    • Trojan Pam says:

      @ Timothy

      I agree that no one should tell anyone else to vote or not vote. I also agree that we have suffered mightily under the last eight years of the Obama administration, something I WARNED people about

      Anytime a black face is projected onto a powerful position, one or two things are happening — or both

      1. the black (face) person is being used as a SCAPEGOAT for something that is already failing
      2. the black (face) person will be used to usher in greater harm to black people.

      I have seen NO EXCEPTIONS to this rule.

      And for those who doubt this, they should ask themselves

      WHY would the same people harming you put someone “in charge” who is going to help you?

      • Timothy says:

        @Sister Trojan Pam

        Excellent Analogy Sister. The same people oppressing us by definition have no interesting in helping us as black people.

        They knew about the President for a long time and groomed him to be placed in that “position.” The people behind the scenes of the White House historically has the stronger power than the Presidency.

        For 8 years, black people have experienced a massive amount of horrendous conditions from the recession (which stripped a large amount of black wealth), and closed public schools (many qualified black teachers were laid off their jobs for no reason but for the purpose of austerity) to the epidemic of police terrorism in our communities. Yes, you did accurately state that black people will suffer massively under the Obama administration. The powers that be will allow a small amount of black people to be millionaires and some will be allowed to be billionaires as a way for them to promote the falsehood of “massive progress.” The same white supremacists would never enact policies that will cause black liberation.

  3. kelley says:

    Things have changed drastically since our ancestors gained the right to vote, so that reasoning is no longer valid. People are so lazy and follow the crowd without question instead of doing their own research and concluding their own results.

    Thank you for this.

  4. Trojan Pam says:

    Here’s an article that — to me — highlights another danger in blindly voting for another Clinton.

    To get a even-handed perspective on what has provoked tensions between the US and Russia


    Keep in mind that she is a warmonger, was responsible for the assassination of the AFRICA LEADER of Libya, and every nation on earth knows this except far too few Americans

    • Timothy says:

      @Sister Trojan Pam

      Great Videos Sister

      X22 Report does display excellent geopolitical including economic analysis. You can make the case that Hillary Clinton is a little more hawkish (in her ideology) than President Barack Obama. The first video outlines many issues. First, it seems like we are in a new style Cold War. We know about the economic problems in America from massive unemployment to equity issues. NATO has been in Eastern Europe and using various exercises for the purpose of agitating against Russian hegemony in that region.

      We know that Ukraine experienced a Western-backed coup that allowed fascist elements (like those from Right Sector) in the present Ukrainian government. Victoria Nuland (a neo-con) supported the coup. On February 20th, 2014 Right Sector forces massacred Crimeans who were escaping from Ukraine’s capital, fleeing the rabid sentiments in Kiev against supporters of Yanukovych. The current Ukrainian leader Poroshenko wants to get Crimea and the Donbass region in Ukraine (despite the Minsk peace process). Even when Crimea experienced independence via a referendum, the West made the falsehood that Crimea’s referendum was illegitimate. There is the Russian lease of the naval base at Sebastopol in Crime, which is one reason why the U.S. wants to control Crimea. There are tensions between Russia and America. NATO troops are in Poland, the Baltic region, and in other places while Russia is not showing an equivalent amount of troops in Eastern Europe. It doesn’t just end in Russia.

      There is the soft coup in Brazil where a moderate-left leader Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff was impeached with Temer (a far right extremist) taking over Brazil. Venezuela is in the crosshairs of the Western oligarchs since Venezuela is not a neoliberal capitalist nation. Also, Venezuela is no direct threat to America. CIA-backed NGOs exist globally even in China in order to promote Western hegemony. The risk of war is real and it is totally extremist for these neo-cons to try to provoke war with Russia.

      The second video talked about the threat of a further war in the Middle East as well. Putin is not perfect and I don’t agree with Putin on some issues, but Putin is not the Hitler figure that many hawks portray him as. Hillary Clinton is a blatant hawk and she makes no apology for her imperialist agenda. Many folks have to wake up about these things.

  5. Joy says:

    The only “dog” so to speak I have in this election is a vote AGAINST the Donald. I have no faith in either party, however, the STATED goals of the GOP are unacceptable!

  6. Hillary is the worse! The give us no choice to pick from. Picking between Trump and Clinton is like choosing between rotten eggs or dog feces.

  7. reality_check says:

    As I’ve said time and time again, the problem isn’t with the politician, the problem is that blacks have NO clear, unified agenda to shop to politicians. Add to this the fact that we don’t hold our elected officials accountable ( meaning they don’t feel any pain behind not delivering for us), then THIS is the REAL reason why it doesn’t matter who we vote for. We don’t have our stuff together enough to even begin to demand anything from a politician.

  8. Sharon53 says:

    Since,we are on the subject of politics, hopefully this is not too OT.

    • Timothy says:


      Good Morning Sister.

      Here is my take. The cartoon is blatantly disrespectful, racist, sexist, and just plain evil. Ben Garrison is a low person, a coward, and a jealous human being. Sister DiaryofaNegress wrote an excellent article recently about how the black woman is attacked by white racists. These white bigots are jealous of the beauty, the intelligence, and the strength of black woman. That is why Garrison wrote that cartoon in order for him to promote the false stereotype that black women are prone to chaotic behavior or are angry all of the time. That’s a lie since tons of black women have shown compassion, grace, and love for humanity. It also promotes the myth of white beauty standards when we know that the white woman is never superior to us. It is a disgrace that this person Garrison would do something like this. Regardless if people disagree with some of the policies of the Obama administration (which I do), there is no excuse for anyone to denigrate a black woman like that. First Lady Michelle Obama is very intelligent, worked hard, and is a beautiful black woman. White insecurities are shown involving this despicable cartoon.

      First Lady Michelle Obama have made a lot more accomplishments than Melania Trump. That is why we don’t need white validation, because no matter our accomplishments or how we show our excellence, the system of white supremacy doesn’t respect us. The cartoon is the total representation of the white racist’s view on sexuality, on gender, and on blackness. They or white bigots abhor strong black women. They promote patriarchy and they want women to act docile to white supremacist interests. I have no respect for Ben Garrison. A black woman has every right to exercise, to be fit, and to express her femininity in diverse ways. Also, black women are beautiful in many sizes too. In order words, Jazmine Sullivan is a beautiful woman just like Kellie Wells. Therefore, we should always stand up for our blackness without apology. Racists will show their white tears and we should not care about their bigotry. We should care about our families and our communities in the world. Michelle Obama is a mother, a promoter of exercise, and a person who should be treated with dignity and with respect. We will always defend our black humanity.

      Thank you for showing the link Sister.

      • Courtney H. says:

        @ Brother Timothy:

        I agree with everything that you said.

        • Timothy says:

          @Sister Courtney

          Thank you Sister. We’re going to defend our people. I’m glad that you’re here to show your wisdom too. 🙂

          • Sharon53 says:

            @Courtney H.
            I have listened to Harvey’s commentaries and in spite of his profanity, have to agree with him wholeheartedly on his comments on all 3 segments. This was one of his better commentaries. Since I don’t play the lottery, I never noticed how even with the lottery, white supremacy insinuates itself there also. White supremacy is so insidious and complex that you have to have your thinking cap on all the time to try to keep from being ensnared by it.
            He was on-target about Mrs. Obama. I don’t agree with everything she does, but she seems to be mostly focused on being a good wife and mother. There is nothing masculine about her also. She is one of the few people I have seen that can put on a cheap outfit and still looks like a million dollars 🙂
            As for as his comments about those bikers, I had noticed how they tended to use different terminology for the bikers when that event occurred.
            To be honest with you, I have gotten to the point where I am seldom surprised at anything that occurs under this white supremacy system.

          • Courtney H. says:

            @ Brother Timothy and Sister Sharon53:

            Thank you for watching the video. I agree with everything that you said. I especially like your point about racist White men lusting after Black women behind closed doors, but,attack Black women in public. The movie “Mandingo” is a perfect example of this mentality.

            I also agree with your point about the racist double standard of language. Non-violent Black people are called “thugs” all the time, but violent White people are said to have “mental issues”. I greatly appreciate you watching the video and commenting.

          • Shanequa says:

            Harvey, made great points in the video but this is nothing new too me. For years non black people have painted degrading images or have negative opinions of black women especially dark skin as being masculine. What’s even worst we even have black men that think the same as well. White supremacy for years have painted black women especially dark skinned women as masculine, aggressive and asexual. So the image of this comic betraying Michelle Obama doesn’t surprise at especially when I seen photos of her being called a gorilla. It’s well known that the beauty of black women is not recognized in society in any shape of form. Furthermore in a racist society negative images of black women has been widely spread around the world about us being least desired women by men and etc.

            • Timothy says:

              @Sister Shanequa

              Excellent points Sister. One saying is that if someone tells you how they feel, believe them. For years and centuries, the white collective have shown how they feel about black people overtly in racist cartoons, their crimes against humanity, and their promotion of deflections and unjust laws. It is evil and demonic how people demonize black women. A person with common sense and logic (and with a brain) knows that Michelle Obama is a feminine black woman. White supremacists abhor truth, so they reverse what is real (so they promote what is evil while abhor what is good). For decades, Hollywood and TV shows have degraded especially dark skinned black women. At least 20 years ago, I could see some positive TV shows showing black families, but that is nearly gone today. TV has been a blatant propaganda instrument in controlling minds, and manipulating society. The lie that dark skinned black women are totally “masculine” and “aggressive” should be exposed. Many black males (I won’t call them men since they aren’t real men) have promoted hatred of black women especially dark skinned black women. Black youth have to be told in a higher level that black women are diverse and black women are beautiful in many shapes and sizes. Also, black women should be treated with dignity and with respect. I have no respect for the system found in this racist society. More black men have to mentor black youth on these truth as well (not just black women). This is a serious problem. We have to talk about these things and confront evil. Goodness is what we respect.

      • Sharon53 says:

        Thank you for you comments on Garrison’s cartoon and for your support for black women. It seems there is no end to these anti-black attacks and anti-black women attacks. They have really turned up the heat in their attacks on black women. I am beginning to see more black women go in the same direction as some of our black men because of this.
        One thing in particular I have noticed lately in the suburbs in Atlanta is I am beginning to see bag women come out of the wood works. You normally see this in the downtown area or if you go to shelters, there are a lot of women there with minor children. but in just the last year, it seems like on every corner in the suburban areas, I am beginning to see these women, who are alone, with everything they own in a bag begging for money so they can get some food. We as a people really need to stop our merrymaking and take a look at how these attacks on black women via the media, music, art, education,etc. are taking a toll, because once we fall, then what?

        • Timothy says:


          You have made interesting points Sister. Usually, if I’m alone, when a black person asks me for money, I give it to them (if I have money to give). Also, I have seen white people with signs begging for cash too (even in Baltimore, which has a mostly black population. I visited there a few months ago. I’m from Virginia). Many women asking for money does signify the economic crisis that we have in America. There is economic stagnation, no massive growth of wages for a lot of people, growth of income inequality, and some people are desperate for support. It’s a sad situation. That is why one of the greatest points is for us as a community to really declare war on poverty, so black families who, experience extreme poverty, don’t have to suffer it anymore. I agree with you that the anti-black woman attacks and the anti-black attacks in general are evil and they constantly exist. We should definitely make the point that these anti-black attacks (in art, education, art, music, etc.) is a serious problem that must be addressed. These attacks are hurting our people. If we collectively don’t support those who disrespect us socially and financially, then we can see some real change. This is certainly a war for our survival and we want to live and our descendants to prosper in the world (along with the eradication of the system of white supremacy, so a system of justice can exist).

          Have a Blessed Day Sister.

  9. Mariama says:


    I have tried several times to comment on your blog and for some reason, I am never able to. I am always told to set up an account where I create my own my blog. I have never been told to do this when I want to comment on a blog. It is quite frustrating. Am I doing something wrong? I love your posts and would love to be part of the discussions.

  10. Tyraine says:

    Great Article Pam!
    I think you are right on the money about Margaret Sanger and Billary Clinton, however when discussing politics just remember ALL politics are local, so voting for the president is a joke however voting for your district attorney, congressman, mayor, sheriff is SUPER IMPORTANT and effects you and your family immediately. However if the voting is NOT organized then it will not work. This is why when you get in trouble with the law the first 2 things they do is take away your right to vote and your right to bear arms. So don’t throw the baby out with the bath water it seems our people talk about voting ONLY when the presidential election comes around however voting for the president is the biggest Joke in America next to Donald Trump! However making sure the right sheriff in your town is elected can make a world of a difference in your community IF you are organized!

    • Trojan Pam says:

      @ Tyraine

      Voting in local elections can make a difference, but most of the time it doesn’t. We are usually voting for people who do not represent our interests after the election is over. Local, state, and federal governments have been hijacked by corporate and special interests and those who try to buck that system will find themselves on the end of a prison term.

      The people will have to fix our own problems. We have to face that fact. Black people will not solve a single problem we have going into a voting booth. Most of us have no involvement beyond the vote. We can see the end results and I don’t know how anyone can deny this.

      If Trump is (s)elected, it will be for the same reason Hillary gets (s)elected.

      The white supremacist elites want him there.

      People need to stop fooling ourselves that the presidency is an elected office.

      It is just face-dressing for the whites who are really pulling the strings

      Again, people have the right to choose to vote or not vote

      As long as they don’t try to make my choice for me.

  11. Anonymous says:

    Hi. I live in the UK so I don’t know much about American politics but I did hear that Obama faced opposition from the largely Republican Congress. If Hillary become President, as a Democrat she would face the same ordeal. However, if Trump is President, he may have a polarising effect on Congress, given the lack of support he has received from the Republican party. This might influence his views and policies in favour of the “underdog” whatever their ethnicity. It’s a long shot, but at least he’s anti-abortion (and presumably eugenics). I would urge black Americans not to give up, to unite and be willing to overlook grievances that divide one another, and to do the one thing I don’t hear much of these days – to pray for God’s (Jehovah) intervention who, despite centuries of misrepresentation by an unjust system, is color-blind!

    • Trojan Pam says:

      @ Anonymous

      I agree with your statement about black unity and overlooking whatever grievances we have with each other.

      In the coming days we are going to NEED EACH OTHER and we are going to regret it if we do not change our ways.

      Also, I agree that we need God’s help in the worst possible way!

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